“A lot of thought goes into the preparation of our art.
Communication with our client, often visiting the site, designing and design approval,
creating patterns, color selection, and pulling together the materials are all necessary for a successful project.
We estimate that we are halfway through a project before we even cut the first piece of glass.”
We learned many years ago that to produce one-of-a-kind, handmade objects, and to work on the level of care and attention that we wanted to, we would have to keep our expenses as low as possible in order to direct the money that was allocated for the project to be used for its development.
This is why we work in a barn in rural Virginia. We do not have a sales force, a secretary, and obviously we have very low overhead. Our dedication to organization and efficiency and our willingness to put forth the effort has allowed us to make a living while developing our art for the past 48 years.
We work directly with you, no middleman, to not only keep our cost down, but also to ensure clear communication that is so vital to a successful project.
We start each project by sharing ideas about design, materials, and schedule. From there I give a budget range that I believe the project will require. If this meets your approval, we will then work together to form a more detailed plan.
Telephone – 434.842.3984
We are near our office phone when in the studio, but there is an answering machine if we can’t make it or are on site. Please feel free to leave a message with a contact number so we can get back in touch with you.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
By far the most effective way to reach us, this ensures that there it is an easy reference to the job on our computer. We check our email regularly, and send all of our photographic updates via email.
765 Bremo Bluff Road
Bremo Bluff, Virginia 23022